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Shares in cosmetics and candle maker Trilogy International jumped 21 per cent after the company flagged a tripling in half year profits.
When a Palmerston North couple went on their first date to the picture theatre, neither thought they'd still be together more than 60 years later.
"There's not a single muscle on my body that isn't for a purpose," Ronda Rousey tells haters who called her too masculine.
Don't have time? Too tired? Bored of it? Here's why these excuses shouldn't stop you.
The luxurious 512 square metre, five-bedroom Henderson Valley home has hosted wedding guests and television shows including Shortland Street.
A hilarious new video perfectly illustrates the frustration of having a child who is fussy about their clothing.
Pasta should be boiled until al dente in plenty of well-salted water. The Italians say the water should be as salty as the Mediterranean.
A North Shore man was fined $15,000 for trying to illegally import a Chinese delicacy.
GoT has finished for the year but there's more than one way to experience Westeros.
Spring vegetable pasta
Frozen squid tubes are a handy thing to have in the freezer as they can easily be turned into quick meals.
Chinese-style chicken is flavoured with soy and ginger then cooked with mushrooms, ham and prawns.
Jamoncitos means "little hams" in Spanish, which is what these drumsticks look like.
Roast cauliflower, chargrilled brocolini, spinach, sunflower seeds and tahini dressing makes for a tasty plate.
A pastry chef has won gold at the NZChefs National Salon with gravity defying cakes, and a peculiar ice cream
This 3-year-old is showing the world that regardless of disability, you can still do the same things as everyone else - including hug.
Offal dishes like this feature regularly on the menus of some hip Auckland cafes.
This smart apartment with a James Bond-style twist proves that a small space can have big potential.
Asian dishes are particularly good for rustling up with just a few ingredients.
Basmati brown rice takes less time to cook than regular brown rice – great for a weeknight meal. You could use edamame beans in place of the peas.
You can buy lemongrass stems in packets then freeze the excess for later use – just remove them from the freezer a few minutes before cutting so that they soften.
Frozen prawns are great for quick meals. Add any vegetables you like to this dish – zucchini, capsicum and sliced cabbage would all work well.
This meal is perfect when in a hurry, from the kitchen to the table in under 30 minutes.
Winter has arrived, there is no escaping it. On the plus side, this means its time to enjoy big, flavoursome soups.
There's one to fix anything, from anxiety to weight loss and premature ageing, but they're not a "magic answer", doctors say.
Slow cooking oxtail results in meltingly tender, flavourful beef - some dishes really are worth waiting for.
Every cook needs a chubby, big-as-a-plate omelette with a generous amount of add-ins to call their own.
What we've learnt about the pop star's celebrity-filled apartment from her Instagram posts.
It's not just celebrities who try to keep their cosmetic surgery procedures under cover.
The cholesterol-heavy things have had a bad rap when it comes to health, but researchers now say they're good for you.